Mogwai Live at Royal Concert Hall on 2014-01-28
02 [05:15] Yes! I Am A Long Way From Home
03 [04:26] Travel Is Dangerous
04 [04:14] Master Card
05 [05:19] Rano Pano
06 [06:30] How To Be A Werewolf
07 [05:57] Deesh
08 [06:47] Cody
09 [04:38] The Lord Is Out Of Control
10 [06:50] I'm Jim Morrison, I'm Dead
11 [06:40] Remurdered
12 [00:44] Mexican Grand Prix- false start
13 [05:10] Mexican Grand Prix
14 [02:46] encore applause
15 [04:23] Hunted By A Freak
16 [04:35] Auto Rock
17 [12:26] Mogwai Fear Satan
Audience recording 24bit
Taped and transferred by jamroom - JAM305
Stuart Braithwaite – Guitar, Vocals
Dominic Aitchison – Bass, Guitar
Martin Bulloch – Drums
John Cummings – Guitar
Barry Burns – Guitar, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Vocals
Luke Sutherland – Violin, Guitar, Vocals, Percussion
Supported by RM Hubbert. Aidan Moffat appeared with RM Hubbert.
The Royal Concert Hall was hosting the annual Celtic Connections festival and this support was part of it. I though it unusual to see most of the stalls seating had been removed, presumably for the festival.
We were treated to a good setlist, rich with tunes from the new album, Rave Tapes. Everybody has their own fave tunes and folks like to moan that this wasn't played, or that wasn't played, but I enjoyed the show as it was. I also never tire of watching people in the crowd jump out of their skin during Mogwai Fear Satan, when the band come back in after the very quiet section. That said, the volume wasn't particularly loud for this show. I usually wear earplugs when I consider it to be anywhere near "too loud" and I didn't need them.
Barry had a lead come loose from his keyboard set up during the intro to MGP, so a re-start was required, causing Stuart to comment that he thought the night had been going too smoothly. However, there was much laughter and we were straight back into it. A great show in a great venue. I hope Mogwai get to play here again.
Recording notes and sound quality:
I was a little left of centre and half way back in the stalls. Generally, it was a well behaved crowd, noise-wise and due to the venue being the RCH, the sound was really good. I boosted the volume by +12db, but that's it.
I believe this is the third audio source from the night.
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- Audition (fades->+12db->24/48) -> CDWave (track splitting) -> TLH (flac level 8)
- Glasgow, Scotland
- Run time
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- Transferred by
- Royal Concert Hall
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